Religion & Philosophy Department

Lebanon Valley College

Itinerary for Malabou Symposium

Malabou Symposium  We have the schedule of events set for the culmination of the yearlong Symposium on the Catherine Malabou.

Professor Malabou will be here at LVC meeting with students and faculty from April 9-11th.

There are three public events.

  1. Malabou’s public lecture on “What is a Psychic Event? Psychoanalysis and Neurology on Trauma.”  This will be held in Chapel 101 on Wednesday, April 10th at 4:30pm.
  2. The Undergraduate Research Symposium on the Work of Malabou:  This features the independent research projects of the eight students who from the yearlong course.  Professor Malabou will serve as the official respondent as each student presents his/her thesis on her work.  This will be held in the Bishop Library Atrium on Thursday, April 11th from 4:00-6:00pm.
  3. The reception in celebration of the students’ work and to meet and honor Professor Malabou will be immediately following the Research Symposium.  It will be held in the Lobby of the Neidig-Garber Science building from 6:30-8:00pm.